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Reporting to the Executive Director - This job requires the incumbent to plan, direct, coordinate and manage the legal
and related activities and functions of the Agency and to provide support in respect of advice on the policy and content
of Occupational Safety and Health legislation; to provide advocacy, advice and support to other divisions and units of
the Agency through research and other functions as a specialist in employment, industrial relations and Occupational
Safety and Health law particularly.
o A Bachelor of Law Degree (LLB) and a Legal Education Certificate (LEC)
o A minimum of seven (7) years experience as a practicing Attorney in the jurisdiction of Trinidad and Tobago in the
areas of Advocacy, Contracts, Commercial Matters, Civil and Criminal Litigation
o A minimum of two (2) years experience in a Supervisory/Management position in a legal environment.
o Additional training in occupational safety and health, economics, industrial relations, employment law, policy
development or management would be an asset.
o Any other relevant combination of qualifications and experience.
Reporting to the Executive Director - This job requires the incumbent to assist the Executive Director in managing the
overall affairs of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Agency, and to manage the Inspectorate via the Chief
o Post Graduate degree in Occupational Safety and Health.
o An undergraduate degree in Engineering, Natural Sciences or a related discipline with sectoral experience would be
o Minimum of eight (8) years relevant executive experience and managerial responsibilities in the field of Occupational
Safety Health, preferably in national Labour inspection or similar function;
o Related experience in administration, programme planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation;
o Experience of working with social partners and other OSH stakeholders;
o International Occupational Safety and Health experience will be an asset.
o Any other relevant combination of qualifications and experience would be considered.
Reporting to Communications and Outreach Manager - This job requires the incumbent to be responsible for the
co-ordination and administration of policies, programmes and projects relating to aspects of corporate communications
and events management of the Occupational Safety and Health Authority/Agency.
o A degree from an accredited University in Mass Communications or Public Relations, Marketing or Social Sciences.
o At least five (5) years professional experience in the area of Media Communications, Advertising or Public Relations.
o Computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Office and knowledge of Desktop Publishing
o Working knowledge of the OSH Act or training in Safety and Health would be an asset.
o Any other relevant combination of education, experience and training will be considered.
Reporting to Research, Planning and Development Manager - This job requires the incumbent to collect, collate analyze
and present data to support the planning and development function of the Agency. The incumbent is also required to
assist the Research, Planning and Development Manager in developing, implementing and evaluating projects.
o Training as evidenced by a BSc. Degree in one of the social sciences.
o Training in Project Management
o Considerable experience in the methods of Social Research
o Any equivalent combination of training and experience.
Zealand s Luke Ronchi
blasted 170 not out and
Grant Elliott made 104
in a record unbroken
which lifted the Black
Caps to a 108-run over
Sri Lanka yesterday, tak-
ing an unbeatable 3-1
lead in their one-day
Ronchi and Elliott came together with New
Zealand in trouble at 93-5 and put on 267 runs
from 180 balls to power the hosts to 360-5 at Uni-
Elliott then took 2-42 and Ronchi took claimed
two wicketkeeping catches as Sri Lanka was bowled
out for 252 in 43.4 overs.
Tillakaratne Dilshan made 116 but Sri Lanka s
run-chase was never on pace to successfully chase
the big target.
New Zealand s performance boded well for the
upcoming World Cup, as it demonstrated the team s
depth of batting talent, even after leading batsmen
Brendon McCullum (25), Kane Williamson (26) and
Corey Anderson (8) were dismissed cheaply.
The Wellington provincial teammates Ronchi and
Elliott helped New Zealand assemble its highest-
ever score in one-day games against Sri Lanka and
its sixth highest in all 50-overs internationals. The
partnership was New Zealand s highest for all wickets
against Sri Lanka and its second highest against all
nations, trailing the record of 274 by James Marshall
and Brendon McCullum against Scotland.
Ronchi raced to his 50 from 38 balls and to his
maiden one-day international century from 74 balls
with nine fours and three sixes. His entire innings
contained only 99 balls, with 14 fours and nine
Elliott was the rock of the innings after New
Zealand s early batting slump on a wicket which
offered the bowling side early seam movement. But
he accelerated with Ronchi s leadership and reached
his 100, his second in ODIs, from 93 balls with
seven fours and two sixes.
"It was good for both of us, we just worked off
each other and enjoyed the whole situation," Ronchi
said. "Early on we were quite relaxed about the
whole thing and thought we d just bat for as long
as we can.
"Then when things started flowing along we were
laughing and joking as much as we can between
balls and trying to start as light-hearted as possible
during the whole situation."
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum said
the pitch favored the bowlers early but settled to
become an ideal batting strip.
"We were just out there trying to occupy the
crease a little bit and build a decent partnership,"
he said. "At 93-5 the game could go either way but
we had two guys who stepped up under pressure
and produced on the best partnerships we ll see in
Lahiru Thirimanne captained Sri Lanka for the
first time Friday in the absence of Angelo Matehws,
who had a calf injury. He did everything possible
in his side s cause, winning the toss and taking two
early wickets but failed to break or even contain
the key partnership.
He then opened the batting and scored 45 in a
93-run opening stand with Dilshan. But when Dil-
shan was out at 215-4 in the 37th over, Sri Lanka
was unable to go on.
"It was a tough day because at 93-5 we thought
we could get them all out for under 200," Thirimanne
said. "But things went wrong for us today.
"We didn t bowl to our bowling plan and that
cost us." (AP)
NZ to victory
New Zealand 360
for 5 (Ronchi 170*,
Elliott 104*) vs Sri
Lanka 252 (Dilshan
116, Boult 4-44). New
Zealand won by 108
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